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Ch. 1 Jeopardy Review Game
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Fill in the Blank True or False Anasazi, Mound Builders, & Inuit The Aztecs, Maya, & Inca Empires Potpouri
A long period of extreme cold on Earth is called a ___________.
Ice Age home home
A ____________ means "table" in spanish
Mesa home home
The payment a ruler demands from his people is called a ____________.
Tribute Home Home
More than is needed is called a ____________
Surplus home home
A building shaped like a 3-D triangle is called a ______________
Pyramid home home
Along period without rain is called a ___________
Drought home home
TRUE OR FALSE The Incas developed a sophisticated calendar from watching the stars and planets
FALSE The Maya developed a sophisticated calendar from watching the stars and planets home home
TRUE OR FALSE The Inuit were skilled farmers
FALSE The Inuit lived in a cold region so farming was difficult. They were skilled hunters and fishermen. home home
TRUE OR FALSE The Maya grew a surplus of food which allowed them to trade and specialize
TRUE They used the surplus food to trade for what they needed and not everyone needed to farm, so they could specialize home home
TRUE OR FALSE A climograph shows the rain and temperature of a region over an extended period of time
TRUE Climographs show the average rainfall and temperature of a region for a year home home
TRUE OR FALSE The Mound Builders made mounds so they had a place to collect extra soil.
FALSE The mounds were used as burial sites for leaders or were made to honor gods the Mound Builders worshiped. Home Home
The fact that the Mound Builders were able to plan and construct such large mounds out of earth shows which of the following characteristics: -They were organized -They were considerate -They were trustworthy -They were reliable
They were organized home home
Which tribe was responsible for inventing the kayak?
The Inuit home home
How were the Anasazi able to grow crops in the arid southeastern region?
They irrigated their fields by digging ditches from streams to their crops home home
True or False. Agriculture made it possible for tribes to settle in one place.
TRUE. Before agriculture, people were nomads, needing to follow migrating animals as they hunted for food home home
TRUE or FALSE The Aztec and Inca Empires grew because of conquests
TRUE They both waged war on other lands and made the people who were conquered pay tribute. home home
Why were the Inca able to get information out faster than any other early civilization?
They built thousands of miles of roads Home Home
Which early civilization is especially known for its strength in math, science, and architecture?
The Maya home home
The Aztec empire was surrounded by water, so how did farmers get more land?
They created floating gardens around their island city. home home
Which empire was located in South America, in the place that is now known as Peru?
The Inca home home
This tribe (which means “the old ones”) lived in the Four Corners, were cliff dwellers, and disappeared mysteriously.
The Anasazi home home
What is one theory about how early peoples migrated from Asia to the Americas?
They walked across the land bridge (now the Bering Strait) during the Ice Age to follow the animals they hunted. home home
How did early Americans get food during the Ice Age?
They hunted. home home
True or False. As soon as the Ice Age ended, early people became farmers.
FALSE. They became hunter- gatherers. home home
Which tribe can still be found today in the region near the Arctic Ocean?